In the 3rd session of the 4-part series, select TriTom users will discuss their imaging applications using the TriTom system. Please check back as we approach the webinar date for further details on the presenters and their specific applications.

As small animals are widely used in biomedical studies, in vivo 3D imaging plays an increasingly important role in providing insights into disease-relevant biology. The TriTom system is a non-invasive 3D multimodal imaging technique that shows great potential for preclinical research. It utilizes a combination of high-resolution photoacoustic imaging and high contrast fluorescence optical tomography which allows deep tissue imaging, superior molecular sensitivity, and 3D localization of anatomical, functional, and molecular imaging.

Several scans may be performed with the subject repositioned along the rotation axis, allowing for a larger volume to be investigated. This system uses multi-wavelength optical excitation which enables spectroscopic analysis within the spatially resolved regions of interest, including injection sites, accumulation of the contrast agent, blood vessels, internal organs, and tissues. Functional 3D imaging of tumor/metastasis development, blood/water/lipid content and blood oxygenation can be performed using TriTom system. TriTom system has a broad spectrum of preclinical research applications ranging from cancer, toxicology, developmental biology to tissue engineering and regeneration.

TriTom is a valuable tool for numerous preclinical fields of research.

During the webinar we will:

  • Discuss the use of TriTom system in diverse applications
  • Highlight recent research and images acquired using the TriTom System

Date: TBD

Please join the subsequent parts in this webinar series to learn more about the TriTom systems:

Note: Please ensure you register for each session in the series. Or email us and we will register you for all 4 sessions.

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About the speakers:

Dr. Pilham Kim, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, Korea
CEO, IVIM Technology, Inc., Daejeon, Korea

Philan Kim received his bachelor’s and PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from Seoul National University (Korea) in 2000 and 2005, respectively. From 2005 to 2010, he worked as a postdoctoral research fellow at Harvard Medical School (Boston, USA) with a cross-disciplinary postdoctoral fellowship from Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP). In 2010, he joined the Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) where he is currently a tenured Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Nanoscience and Technology. His main research interests focus on systemic cellular-level visualization of various preclinical model organism to investigate complex pathophysiology of human disease, leading to the development of an advanced in vivo cellular imaging technology based on an ultrafast laser-scanning intravital microscopy system.

Dr. Keehoon Jung, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea

Keehoon Jung received his bachelor’s and PhD degree in Biological Sciences the Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST, Korea) in 2005 and 2010, respectively. From 2010 to 2018, he worked as a research fellow at Harvard Medical School (Boston, USA). In 2018, he joined the Seoul National University College of Medicine as Assistant Professor at the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology/Biomedical Sciences. His lab’s research focuses on the immune microenvironment in tumors, with the aim to provide novel avenues for immunotherapy of cancer by means of identifying promising targets in tumor immunity utilizing advanced methodologies including in vivo imaging and single-cell genomics.